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Nov 14, 2011
Yoghurt, olives, and feta are just some of the foods you can expect in Corfu. The relaxed service at the local, family-owned taverna and healthy Greek cuisine will make your stay in Corfu even more delicious.
Nov 14, 2011
In Corfu, you’ll find an intersection of various Mediterranean cuisines like Italian, French and, of course, Greek. Here are some of the best restaurants in Corfu.
After a full day of sun and sea, the wistful isle of Corfu comes alive at sundown and stays awake all night. Corfu nightclubs and bars are plentiful and filled with a friendly crowd, ready to enjoy life.
While there are several areas of concentrated Corfu nightlife, particularly along the coastline, which cater to the tourist crowd, there are also many gems hidden all over the island, tucked away in charming villages that are well worth your time. Located in Ypsos, B52 is one of the most popular Corfu nightclubs, with the party spilling over on to the beach and lasting all night. The restaurant by day and bar by night TTB is another all-time favorite. For the most romantic of Corfu bars, try Old Fort where the moonlit ocean view is unbeatable.
Wherever Corfu nightlife takes you, you're sure of a night to remember.
5 Corfu Nightclubs
Enjoy the laid back nightlife of the all day café Aktaion on the Greek island of Corfu. Check out the splendid views of the Old Fort as you sip your delicious Greek coffee.
Cavalieri Hotel Rooftop Bar
Check out the Cavalieri Hotel Rooftop bar for spectacular views of Corfu and some laid back drinks with friends. No friends you say? Well you’ll be sure to make some new ones here.
The "Mango" Beach Bar
If you want to enjoy the sand and some great drinks check out the “Mango” Beach Bar at the Delfino Blu Boutique Hotel. It’s O.K. to fall asleep on the beach.
Stagousta Club on Corfu is a good place to party the night away with a passion. Dance and drink until the sun rises or you can’t do either anymore.